An inter-family feud has seen two men shot dead within the last week.
For many refugees, coming out as a homosexual is out of the question, because they are still targets of the same people they feared at home.
There weren't any good places to go out in Kabul, so Marc Victor set one up.
More than 14 years after American troops invaded Afghanistan, the Taliban is as strong as ever and perpetual civil war seems likely. What went wrong?
Ukraine's drug addicts have always been at risk for deadly diseases, but the precarious economic situation and the war has only increased the danger of contagion.
We asked experts if Syria's embattled leader could face prosecution for atrocities committed during the war that's torn his country apart.
As tensions between the two Middle Eastern powers intensify, is there actually a chance of a shooting war breaking out? And how disastrous would that be?
The country has been torn apart by years of civil war and strife, and its people don't seem to have any faith that their leaders can fix it.
In the new play Give Me Your Love, the artistic director of an experimental theater company is showing what the drug can do for veterans suffering PTSD.
We talked to legendary photojournalist Ron Haviv about his experience documenting the trauma and atrocities of the Bosnian War.
Alcohol abuse has been a problem in the military for centuries. Tom Harrison House in Liverpool says it's the only charity running a residential rehab program exclusively for veterans with addiction problems.
"If you're filling up a fighter plane with fuel, stop it. If you are flying missions over Syria to bomb that country, don't release the bombs."
We asked two experts how many "boots on the ground" it would take to defeat ISIS.
Chaos ensued after a 22-year-old was shocked to death while climbing on top of a train.
"I don't want to see any more killing. I don't want to see blood. I don't want people to die because of airstrikes or weapons of bombs. Death is everywhere in Syria. I just want this war to end."
After 18 months of mutual swiping, we asked an expert if escalation is in the cards.
Though the UK's decision to launch airstrikes in Syria was hotly debated and met with protests, it's a largely symbolic move.
We met with acclaimed author David Shields to talk about his new book concerning the disturbingly beautiful war photos on the front page of the New York Times.
Protests broke out at the Greek-Macedonian border last weekend after a man was electrocuted while attempting to climb onto a train wagon.
What does half a century of war do to a country?
Saturday's "Don't Bomb Syria" protest struck a slightly fatalistic tone.
With little hope of working with an orchestra, Mouataz Arian is using his computer to create compositions about the refugee crisis while in exile in Turkey.
Almost 400,000 Muslims fought for Britain during WWI—a fact almost nobody knows.
If I won't fight a goose-stepping Nazi, have I broken some kind of societal code?